By this time of year, most people's good intentions have fizzled out. To find success, veterinarians need to take a different approach.
Whether it's a veterinary team member or client, make an effort to communicate effectively with people from other cultures.
Acquiring new clients is a necessity when growing your veterinary practice, but don't overlook the importance of keeping the clients you already have.
If we can't get shelter-run medical facilities and for-profit practices to coexist, veterinarians will look bad and shelters will face mounting community pressures—but the biggest losers will be pets.
It's time to break through the glass wall that stands between veterinary practitioners and clients. Ditch the excuses and make client communication a top priority in your clinic.
Revisit the Veterinarian's Oath and reenergize your efforts to practice preventive care for your patients.
Ensuring that your veterinary practice's mission statement, vision statement and core values are aligned can make for a much easier trip.
Let's stop blaming the economy and start focusing on the real issue at hand. There are just too many veterinarians on this earth.
Are you barking up the wrong tree by leading with what you love in life, rather than what you're good at?